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An unusual wooden bridge that spans the Grand Canal & overlooks some truly impressive Grand Palazzo & provides some magical photo panoramas of this busy waterway.
It tends not to attract the hordes of tourists & although a popular crossing, does not seem to end...More
The bridge itself is very nice to walk on. The best part is the view of Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute and Canal Grande during sunset. You have to make a stop here just for the picture. While you are here, take a walk...More
One of the main bridges crossing the Grand Canal, this is rather unique in that the span is constructed of wood. It offers great views both ways along the canal, and it is quiet enough to grab some good photos.
When we went to Rialto you could not breath from the crowds pushing you. I really wonder why Ponte academia does not have the same amount of people?? It’s an amazing bridge and we really enjoyed sitting and watching it
The Accademia bridge stands out from hundreds others being totally covered with wood, and that's the easiest feature you'll recognize it.
It spans the Grand canal and offers great views to the magnificent Santa Maria della Salute Church.
Beside that, reason to cross it is...More
This large, somewhat plain, wooden bridge is nowhere near as photogenic as Venice’s famous Rialto Bridge. However, from the bridge, you have some of the best views up and down the Grand Canal. I think it's one of the best places in Venice for photos...More
This bridge, just recently refurbished and restored is one of only 4 that cross the Canal Grande. This bridge affords great views of the Grand Canal and connects the Accademia Gallery with Chiesa di San Vidal.
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No I do not, but a restoration site is saying 7 months, and when we were there in March it looks as though phase 1 was complete so that leaves about 5.5 month per schedule, so if all runs as planned probably in September... More
No I do not, but a restoration site is saying 7 months, and when we were there in March it looks as though phase 1 was complete so that leaves about 5.5 month per schedule, so if all runs as planned probably in September 2018. That is just a SWAG based off the website information.
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